Et pourtant, I think of French bread

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This guy, Thomas Huang, went searching for a chocolate eclaire in Saigon, and ended up having his article in the Dallas Morning News

I sat next to a business man from Dallas on my recent trip to Vietnam.

He and his partners were into real estate.

And the amazing thing was, while his partner and he flew separately, Korean and Japan Airlines respectively, they both arrived at the same time.

(The Polish government could have taken a page from this playbook).

I wasn’t sure they went hunting for French bakery or not. Not everyone from Dallas craves for the dough.

But I must admit, my upper class men were into French cinema (Bonjour Tristesse), French music (Et Pourtant) and French cuisine (cafe au lait).

I, however, just barely missed the tail end of French colonial influence, and the emergence of R&R (Oh Susie Q).


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